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  Burlatchuk L., Grabskaya I., Kotcheryan A. Basic of Psychotherapy. (Nica-Center, Kiev-Moscow, 1999. — 320 p.)

In Manual the basic directions modern psychotherapy are considered: psychodinamic therapy, models of Adler and Jung, psychodrama, therapy on Rogers, gestalt therapy, cognitive therapy, bioenergetic analysis.

The final chapter is devoted to consultation in psychotherapy. In the Foreword (p. 5-6) authors express gratitude to Coordinator of TEMPUS Program Prof.

Paulette Van Oost, and also Prof. Henry Willemaers for him psychotherapeutic training's which have been carried out at Kiev Shevchenko University.

  L.F. Burlatchuk, S.M. Morozov The Dictionary-Directory of Psychodiagnostics (Piter COM, St.-Petersburg, 1999. — 528p.)

The unique edition containing about 400 articles devoted psychological assessment. The review — analysis of the most known psychological tests, terms and concepts modern Psychodiagnostics is offered. Significant attention is given to the statistical methods of Psychodiagnostics.

In Appendices the items of information on most known scientists in Psychodiagnostics, norms of professional etiquette are given, the requirements to professional suitability of the psychologists working in area of Psychodiagnostics, stated there are statistical tables, and also list of Publishing Houses of the psychological tests.

  Burlatchuk L., Korzhova E. Psychology of Vital Situations (Russian Pedagogical Agency, Moscow, 1998. — 263 p.)

Manual is devoted to one of the most important problems of personality psychology — situations, which there is a person during life.

Majors are allocated situations of behavior of the personality. The classification of strategy of behavior of the personality in different situations is developed. The new technique for diagnostics of vital situations is offered.

  Burlatchuk L.F. Introduction in Projective Psychology (Nica-Center, Kiev, 1997. — 128p.)

The book is devoted to projective techniques for personality investigation; theory and practice of projective techniques form self-sufficient division of modern psychodiagnostics.

Pre-history and history of projective techniques is reviewed; projection phenomena, projection hypothesis and role of stimulus are analyzed.

Significant attention is paid to theoretical base of techniques, meaning of psychic unconscious is revealed on the base of projective approach.

Author discusses aspects of relationships of objective and projective techniques and design of the latter.
Reader will receive information about the most actual problems, discussed by psychologists who use projective techniques.

The monograph is completed with reference chapter with systematized data about many projective techniques.
The book is intended for psychologists-practitioners and all readers, who are interested in psychological personality study.


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